According to Psychiatric News (4/5), “a manualized form of behavioral psychotherapy called Engage Psychotherapy to specifically target social connection among older adults at risk for suicide” appears to have “reduced depression and improved quality of life for those who had reported they felt lonely and/or were a burden to people around them,” investigators concluded. The findings of the 62-patient, randomized study were published online April 1 in the Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.  (SOURCE: APA Headlines)